800,000 pretty hunter coin wallet bitcoin house after masked men robbed them at gunpoint. A gang of four raiders stormed the barn, which sits on a private and small residential drive, on Monday and forced crypto-currency trader Danny Aston, 30, to transfer a fortune in Bitcoin to them on his computer.
A neighbour today confirmed the property where the violent Bitcoin robbery took place but said that Danny Aston and his partner Amy Jay, 31, had not been there since the terrifying robbery. The young couple ran Aston Digital Currencies Ltd from their home, and Mr Aston was understood to use the name ‘Goldiath’ in the online world. A neighbour living opposite the barn in the tiny Home Counties village of Moulsford, Oxfordshire, said: ‘I was not here at the time but I know the couple have left and are staying with relatives, they haven’t been back since. We are all obviously a bit shaken up, even though a few days have passed now. It is not what you expect to happen around here. The gunmen forced crypto-currency trader Danny Aston to transfer a fortune in Bitcoin to them on his computer.
The village of Moulsford is home to two schools and a girl from Cranford House Prepatory School described how the students were told to get to safety as the armed robbery happened nearby. She said: ‘We were all told to get down on the floor and stay in the middle of the schoolroom. All the curtains were closed and the doors locked. No-one knew what was going on but it was scary to say the least.
The armed raiders entered the property by kicking down the door and the men kept a baby outside in a pram while forcing the couple to transfer across their Bitcoin currency by computer. Police said the men were seen wearing balaclavas and jumping over a fence at the front of the private road by a passer-by on the school run in Moulsford. A Thames Valley Police spokesman said: ‘Officers were called at about 9. 40am to a report that offenders had entered a residential property off Reading Road and threatened the occupants. No one was seriously injured during the incident. Officers are particularly interested in speaking to anyone travelling through the village on the A329 Reading Road between 7. 30am on Monday who has dashcam footage, or anyone with mobile-phone footage.
The investigation is in its early stages, however initial inquiries suggest this may be a targeted incident. No arrests have been made at this stage and anyone with any information relating to the incident is asked to call Thames Valley Police on the non-emergency number 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. The group of cottages and houses are just off a main road and can only be entered through a private driveway. 8,000 and it has been linked to criminal activity since it’s inception. Several episodes of Midsomer Murders have been filmed in the sleepy village of Moulsford.